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Engaging communities in the protection of Ireland's beaches, seas and marine life.
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Clean Coasts 2h
Pouring down the drain leads to blocked pipes. Learn from John and always
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Clean Coasts 21h
As the end of 2019 is getting closer, we can't help thinking what a great year it has been! 😍 This couldn't have happened without all the great volunteers across Ireland, so thank you! 😊
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RCPCA Dec 13
Royal Canal clean up Ashtown tomorrow, Saturday, morning. πŸŸπŸŒ±πŸ› πŸ—‘πŸŒ³β›΅βš“ Meets 10.45am at Royal Canal Park marina, just east of 9th lock (Putting the broom into Broombridge, well nearly)
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Clean Coasts Dec 13
Christmas is about giving & thinking of others. Think of the puffin and always
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Clean Coasts Dec 13
No plans for the weekend? join this great event organised by Galway Atlantaquaria
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Clean Coasts Dec 13
Well done to Thomas Butler from who got a mention on the for being nominated in the Youth of the Year category for our awards.
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Clean Coasts Dec 12
Yesterday, we were delighted to meet up with Geraldine and other representatives of the Big Community Clean Up Donegal who won the €1,000 bursary were giving away for one lucky Clean Coasts group who took part in the !
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Clean Coasts Dec 12
Congratulations again to for being the Think Before You Flush Community of the Year ! Well done!
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Clean Coasts Dec 12
The impact of pouring fats, oils and greases down the drain currently accumulates. Always and dispose of fats, oils and greases in the bin
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Clean Coasts Dec 11
Check out this great video from Clean Coasts Ballynamona πŸ‘‡
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Clean Coasts Dec 11
Today the Clean Coasts team was in Dublin learning more about marram grass, saltmarsh and sand dunes
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Clean Coasts Dec 11
Great to see what out of most of the major wipes brands there is a information on not throwing wipes in the toilet and throwing them in the bin. Always Think Before You Flush and never throw a wipes in the toilet.
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Clean Coasts Dec 10
Did you know 7 out of 10 people surveyed always Think Before They flush, lets make it 10 out of 10.
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Clean Coasts Dec 9
If you find blue sticks on the beach they are usually the sticks from cotton buds. Always and throw them in the bin or better yer switch to paper ones.
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Clean Coasts Dec 9
Last Friday we were delighted to accept a bursary from Environmental Heath Association for Ireland! Thank you 😊🌊
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Clean Coasts Ballynamona Dec 8
An amazing bunch the cubs and scouts in Killeagh are. 4 young members removing this from on their 1st Beach Clean today
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Clean Coasts Dec 8
Need to know some dos and donts this holiday season.
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Clean Coasts Dec 8
Have you seen our Clean Coasts 2019 video yet? πŸ‘€
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Clean Coasts Dec 7
Looking for ways to protect the ocean? There's so much we can do, here are some example...
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Clean Coasts Dec 7
It may be the season to be jolly but still remember the puffin and always
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